Just because we are sheltering in place doesn't mean the Center for Interfaith is not still engaged in the community.
Religious groups are essential for helping their most vulnerable congregants to avoid social isolation. Volunteers can keep in contact with those who are particularly suffering because of the absence of community worship services.
Meeting on Zoom or witnessing a virtual worship service is different than interacting with our fellow social beings in the real world. But it's an opportunity as well as a challenge. If you are spending most of your time at home, you can more easily engage in conversations that might have been possible before the lockdown.
Let's use this time as an opportunity to learn more about the beliefs and practices of our neighbors ... and when we can come together, let's join them in their Sacred Spaces.
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